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Child Safety Reference Frameworks: a Policy Tool for Child Injury Prevention at the Sub-national Level
Scholtes, Béatrice mailto [Université de Liège > Département des sciences de la santé publique > Département des sciences de la santé publique > >]
Schröder-Bäck, Peter [Universiteit Maastricht > International Health > > >]
MacKay, Morag [SafeKids Worldwide > > > >]
Vincenten, Joanne [> >]
Brand, Helmut [Universiteit Maastricht > International Health > > >]
Central European Journal of Public Health
National Institute of Public Health
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[en] Child Safety ; Injury Prevention ; Health Inequalities ; Sub-national ; Inter-sectoral Collaboration
[en] Objectives: The aim of this paper is to present the Child Safety Reference Frameworks (CSRF), a policy advice tool that places evidence-based child safety interventions, applicable at the sub-national level, into a framework resembling the Haddon Matrix. Method: The CSRF is based on work done in previous EU funded projects, which we have adapted to the field of child safety. The CSRF were populated following a literature review. Results: Four CSRF were developed for four domains of child safety: road, water and home safety, and intentional injury prevention. Conclusion: The CSRF can be used as a reference, assessment and comparative tool by child safety practitioners and policy makers working at the sub-national level.
Commission européenne : Direction générale de la Santé et des Consommateurs
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